We made stepping stones that turned out fantastic - and the cost was VERY
low. I purchased some of those cheap pans that you put under pots to keep
the water contained (I know they have names - just don't know what they're
called). Fill these with Quikrite (SP?) cement. Have the kids decorate them
while the cement is still wet. They can stick in anything from broken tiles
to little green army men! After the cement dries just pop them out of the
plastic containers and you're ready to start again. I spent less than $10
and was able to make appx. 30 stepping stones with leftover supplies.
(recently upgraded with middle school lessons)
> > I'm teaching a recycled art class this summer and am looking for some
> > ideas. I did a search in the archives and it came up with over 25,000
> > so I was hoping to not have to try and sort thru them all! I'm teaching
> > 2hr blocks for 5 days, middle school level so nothing too goofy or
> > to them. Does anyone have any ideas? I'm going to do tin can
> > and corrugated cardboard frames, what else would be fun?
> > Thanks!
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